DOCTOR Who fans are on tenterhooks about who will reinstate Peter Capaldi as the Time Lord.
After the actor announced he would be stepping down from the iconic role after this year, the hunt is on for the 13th Doctor – and Phoebe Waller-Bridge has turn a new favourite.
Who is Phoebe Waller-Bridge?
Phoebe Waller-Bridge is a 31-year-old singer who was innate and lifted in West London.
She finished her behaving entrance in 2009 at the Soho Theatre but has given changed into TV, starring in the second series of ITV play Broadchurch as youth attorney Abby Thompson.
She also co-wrote and starred in sitcom Fleabag, which was blending for BBC Three and after aired on BBC Two last year.
What other behaving work has Phoebe got in the pipeline?
Phoebe is about to make the jump from the tiny screen to the big screen with a role in the as-yet-untitled Han Solo film.
She is also about to start work on a second series of the critically-acclaimed Fleabag, making her a much in-demand actress.
What are Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s contingency of apropos the first womanlike Doctor Who?
Sun Bets Spokesman Tim Reynolds reveals that Phoebe has the contingency built in her favour.
“We dangling betting on the next Doctor Who last week after a big run of income for Phoebe Waller-Bridge and the trade group suspected it was a finished deal. For months many have suspicion Kris Marshall had the pursuit in the bag, but the liabilities on Phoebe contend otherwise. Doctor Who has always been about time travel, but with a new womanlike Doctor the show seems finally to be hurtling into the 21st Century!”
Who is Phoebe up against in the race to be the next Doctor Who?
Kris Marshall’s name was formerly a frontrunner for weeks, generally after he quit hit BBC play Death in Paradise just days after Peter announced his depart from Doctor Who.
Betway combined at the time: “Kris Marshall stays plain at 2/1, but the remarkable rush of support for Waller-Bridge suggests the race to turn TV’s next Time Lord is overhanging in her favour.”
Other famous faces related to the role embody David Harewood, Tilda Swinton and Olivia Coleman.